Canada Tourist Visa (TRV)

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Determining your eligibility for a Visitor Visa
Help identify your ties to your home country
Facilitating the Canada Tourist Visa Application process
In case your Tourist Visa has been refused, we assist in obtaining the internal file notes from the relevant Visa Office and preparing an effective re-application for the same

Good news: If you have an immigrant visa application in process, you can still apply for a visitor visa as long as you can show intent to return to your home country once your visa expires.

Canada Tourist Visa (TRV)

You must get your TRV before appearing at your Point of Entry (POE) in to Canada. It has to be shown to officials at the POE. Canada issues a specific document known as a Tourist Visa (technically known as Temporary Resident Visa or TRV). These visas are also popularly known as Visitor Visas. Unless you are a Canadian Citizen or a Visa-Exempt National, a Visitor Visa is required to enter Canada.

Issuing Authority and Validity

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) are responsible for the issue of Canada Tourist Visas. Canada Tourist Visas can be issued for a period of up to 10 years but a person can stay for a maximum 6 months at a time.

Criteria for a Canada Tourist Visa

Visitor should be able to financial support himself in Canada
Visitor must be medically fit
Visitor must not have any criminal activity in the past
Visitor must not work or study during the visitor period

Other than the usual requirements, an immigration officer is specifically interested in to the number of ties you have to your home country. He must be able to ascertain that you have come to Canada with an intention to return once your Canadian Tourist Visa expires. Ties refer to the need to go back to work in your home country, dependents back home, financial obligations, your return ticket etc.

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